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's the live view from the rooftop temperature, cloudy skies, temperatures in the 50s, san francisco, oakland, san jose. another view of the bridge. downtown san francisco, showing communities in the 50s, santa rosa, fairfield, livermore. we don't see any rainfall hitting the ground in the bay area yet, but there is a chance of showers overnight and tomorrow. >> ama: oakland police are investigating a shooting that left two people dead. neighbors called police after hearing gunfire around 4:00 this morning. a man and a woman were found debt. their names have not been released. dozens of bullet holes now riddle the scene. crime taupers and police are offering a $20,000 reward leading to a conviction in the case. >> in florida, officials are planning to demolish the house near tampa where a man was swallowed by a sinkhole. the rescuers have stopped their efforts because the area is so unstable, it's too risky. >> we feel we have done everything we can. >> authorities are no longer looking for the body of jeff bush, who was swallowed by a sinkhole as he slept in his bedroom thursday night. >> at
, oakland, san jose. another view of the bridge. downtown san francisco, showing communities in the 50s, santa rosa, fairfield, livermore. we don't see any rainfall hitting the ground in the bay area yet, but there is a chance of showers overnight and tomorrow. >> ama: oakland police are investigating a shooting that left two people dead. neighbors called police after hearing gunfire around 4:00 this morning. a man and a woman were found debt. their names have not been released. dozens of bullet holes now riddle the scene. crime taupers and police are offering a $20,000 reward leading to a conviction in the case. >> in florida, officials are planning to demolish the house near tampa where a man was swallowed by a sinkhole. the rescuers have stopped their efforts because the area is so unstable, it's too risky. >> we feel we have done everything we can. >> authorities are no longer looking for the body of jeff bush, who was swallowed by a sinkhole as he slept in his bedroom thursday night. >> at this point it's really not possible to recover the body. >> the focus shifts to on sunmoy bec
and 57 at the oakland airport. san francisco 53 degrees. santa rosa set a record high of 74 degrees on friday is at 50 degrees right now. everybody will cool down into the upper 50s and low 60s today. clouds today and sprinkles. more sun coming in for monday, then more rain late on tuesday. here is why. high clouds overspreading the pacific coast keeping us mostly overcast today. we will get sunny breaks and a chance of a sprinkle or two, so, it is a can't-miss forecast of clouds, sun and a sprinkle. high shore clouds build in. pinpoint forecast, 59 degrees in san francisco. 61 in santa fe. 46 in the east bay. livermother looks okay at 65. same for concord. extended forecast to break on monday and tuesday and wednesday we will suh increased clouds late in the day on tuesday in time for the evening commute. it will get wet and stay that way on wednesday and thursday. the extended forecast looks for things to dry out on friday and saturday. & was quizzing me closely about just how much rain will fall. >> you like to put him on the spot, ann, right? >> yes. how else do i make him
, they didn't have a very good year. >> another look at the state of public safety in oakland. council member joining us live next. >> also in a minute, we have the latest what promises to be a slightly wet sunday and a much wetter mid week. stay tuned. [ mom ] dear chex cereal i just had to write. you can't imagine how long i've been searching for something like this for my family. i'm amazed you make so many great flavors that are gluten free. my guys are crazy for chocolate chex and honey nut chex. for me, it's cinnamon. it means a lot to be able to give them something that's good for them that also puts smiles on their faces. 'cause i really love those smiles. we're the harris family. and we love chex. [ male announcer ] love chex? connect with us on facebook. [ male announcer ] you think you know me. i'm just red carpets big spectacles and the a-list. that's only the beginning. i have more than one red carpet. i like all sorts of spectacles. from the grandiose to the impromptu... to the completely unexpected. and you'll only have to think about a list... when yo
to 60 are people right from the streets of oakland and for us in the summer we were thinking about an outreach program for kids and we brought this to the oakland task force and one of the issues was an outreach for kids. and first a group of people, council members and code enforcement thought it was kind of a silly idea but it is very important. if we can catch somebody to have another option, because gravanis does lead, it is a great -- a gateway to crime. i know taggers who are stealing and doing other crimes. i know people that have $450,000 worth of crime. >> hubris, we call it. >> i do talk to the taggers and stuff. you guys are right on and i am going to try to get oakland to do this kind of stuff. there's plenty of talented people, plenty of rappers in oakland. you guys could go back and brain wash my people to go to the schools and do this program. have you come back. >> reed cameron has been taping this whole thing. >> you guys are 100 percent, 200 percent right on. >> thank you. >> a general question on the budget, the budget item eye. >> we probably spend abo
not released the age of the other victim, but say he was taken to the hospital. >>> now to oakland where police are investigating a double- homicide. police say they received report of gunshots at apricot and glen hime streets after 4:00 a.m. a man and woman were found in the streets and pronounced dead at the scene. no arrest have been made. this marks oakland's 14th and 15 homicide of the year. >>> the gun buy back in santa clara. there were also several assault weapons turned in for $200. one participant says every gun collected counts. >> one in a hundred might end up in the wrong hands and if you get that one off the street, that is a good thing. >> sheriff official say $114,000 was used during today's event. the event was paid for by public funds from the county. >>> meanwhile solano county is getting ready for its first- ever gun buyback event and right now more than $00,000 has been raised for the program. vallejo police chief told us it's important to keep guns from falling into the wrong hands and be used in a homicide. >> when people have access to guns and when they have access t
were on board but nobody was injured. >>> oakland police are investigating a double homicide. police tell us they were called to apricot and glennheim streets for reports of gun shots just after 4:00 this morning. a man and woman were found in the street and both were pronounced dead at the scene. police are still woshing to identify the victims and they have no arrests. the shootings marks oakland's 14th and 15th homicides this year. >>> police in pallo alto are also investigating a homicide. a 22-year-old was killed and a juvenile was hurt in a shooting around 6:00 last night. investigators say he argued with someone in a black vehicle and a person inside that vehicle then opened fire. police tonight are still searching for the shooter. >>> the santa clara sheriff's office says more than 1,000 guns were collected at a gun buyback today. organizers say about 100 cars were lined up two hours before the buy back even started. the sheriff's office says most of the weapons collected were hand guns and rifles, which were worth about $100 each but several assault weapons were also turned
college or high school, i know it will pay off in the future. >> in oakland. lyanne melendez, abc7 news. >>> oakland mayor jean quan has apologized for a lock-picking class held in her city. it attracted several interested students last night. mayor quan said the class strikes the wrong note in oakland, which is trying to reduce its crime rate. the instructor said the class is more for tech people who want to know how things work. >> we are certainly not blind to the fact it's a very loaded term, and in oakland especially the recent press coverage garnered there was a lot of mixed emotion and we were sensitive to that. we were happy with the number of community leaders who engaged in the dialogue and wanted to see what it was all about. >> it was called workshop weekend oakland and other classes include cheese makings and the basics of soldering. >> st. mary's program was based on ncaa probation. they took to the court last night for the first time since the sanctions for recruiting violations were announced. the ncaa put st. mary's on four years probation. sanctions include a loss of t
degrees in downtown sampras's go 54 degrees in oakland. 53 degrees in fairfield. no seven is on the board today, mainly 60s with a few fifties on the board. into the north bank we're expecting '60s there as well. mid 60s for napa. we do have more rain on the with but for now will head back to marty. the suspect's name has not yet been released. there was just past midnight when they chased a vehicle in two san francisco. >> reporter: car officers saw the vehicle not knowing it was in a pursuit. they pulled over jumped out of a car however the driver was carrying a gun and the officers caught up with them this suspect. the driver of the vehicle died in the passenger is in custody this morning. later this week the santa cruz community will look at another officer that fell. they think this woman at terisa johnson police want to know more information about him. tomorrow for butler and a pearl be held this coming thursday set at march 7th and will be held at a speed pavilion in san jose. it's expected to be a large turnout. a mechanical problem on a plan leads to an emergency landing at san f
for young people. (applause) >> our young people can't afford to live in this city. so, they move to oakland, they move to wherever they have to move to be able to afford housing. our young people are living two to 10 to an apartment. it is unconscionable. and this is not just low-income kids. i'm talking about kids that have gotten out of college and have started their lives and can't afford to live in san francisco. this is not something that we want to be known for. so, the project that we're doing at booker t. is a pilot project. it is a project designed to help emancipate and foster youth, those that are just coming out of foster care. we will be providing 24 units of housing for them. but we will also be providing affordable housing for other people that need housing. when you say that you're going to pay a thousand dollars a month for a one-room -- for a one-room studio, anyplace else in this country, that's a lot of money. not here. my niece live in an apartment with three other young women and they pay a thousand dollars a month each. * to live in that apartment. so, i think as we
's high temperatures, broke 70, santa rosa, oakland, and livermore, and gilroy. 69, san francisco and concord. right now, looking at the golden gate from our high definition east bay camera. cloudy skies. current temperature readings in the low 60s, and it's 59 here in san francisco. 50 at half moon bay. another panel of current temperature readings along the bay bridge. 64 degrees in accept rosa, 65 in fairfield. the forecast features are these. we'll continue to see these cloudy skies hanging around overhead. maybe not quite so chilly tonight as earlier in the week. slight chance of showers and sunshine returns acone dantley on monday. we have a beach hazard advisory still in effect until 7:00 tonight. the surface a bit rough so a possibility of dangerous sneaker waves so stay away from the water's edge and avoid the outcrops and jetties. here's the pacific satellite image. showing the movement of the clouds coming up from the southwest. a long stream of moisture headed in our direction. much of it may remain in the atmosphere and evan -- evaporate before it hits the ground. mig
and official sun down at 6:04. some very mild temperatures. 61 degrees in oakland. it is currently 57 degrees in san francisco. mid 60s commodore and santa rosa. today's highs considerably cooler than what we experienced yesterday when we had five record high temperatures. including 81 degrees in santa cruz. today it was 71. ten degrees cooler there. today 72 in oakland. down from yesterday's record breaker at 74 degrees. still, above normal numbers across the entire region including san francisco where typically we should be right around the mid 60s. tonight, overnight with the cloud cover, some very mild numbers. 40s and 50s. won't need that heater or that extra blanket. another live look this time looking out towards mount diablo where we could see by wednesday night a little dusting of snow with the lowering snow levels at 3500 feet wednesday night. overnight tonight rain chances mainly north of the golden gate bridge. for your sunday we could have a wet start if we see any rain it will be measured at a few one hundredths and then rain easily
looking at the bay bridge, temperature readings, 54 at san francisco and 57 in oakland, san jose, 58 degrees. another view from our high definition downtown san francisco looking at the other side of the bay bridge, under cloudy skies, 56 degrees in santa rosa. let's take a look at our forecast features. we do expect continued cloudy conditions. temperatures in fact, almost on the mild side. slight chance of showers will be with us overnight tonight and through most of the day tomorrow but we don't expect rainfall totals and sunshine in abundance the satellite image shows the movement of clouds and moisture moving through the bay area. that is why it's been so cloudy all day and now into the night. we have a long spew of moisture but much of it will n even hit the ground and much will evaporate before it has a chance to make any rainfall. forecast animation at 11:00, it will be cloudy and we may see some scattered light sprinkles or light showers in the overnight hours. then tomorrow, late morning, midday we might see a few more areas of light scattered shower activity but we don't e
in oakland. we will look for a cooler marine push today and better chances of rain come your way for the week ahead. i'll have that next. >> thank you, lisa. also next a preview of abc's new crime drama, red widow, which premieres tonight. we will talk to the creator >> we have been extremely dry. it's time for some rain. >> and we will have to wait a little longer what have we have now is mostly offshore and that's where it has remained mostly. we are look at the green but it is well offshore. we had a rain drop or two over in the east bay and also at the airport this morning. but today there's the napa marathon. should stay dry. maybe a spotty shower in the higher elevations of the hills there and also escape frommal draw crazy, there's filtered sunshine on the way. with look for the radar to become more active on tuesday. right now we see the returns on 280 and higher elevations. we are looking at a dry sub cloud layer. that means the atmosphere is too dry to have really anything come out of it. 54 san francisco, 57 in oakland with mid-60s in san jose and santa cruz at 63. mt. tam a little
morning america." >> oakland mayor jean quan has apologized for a lock-picking class in her city news letter. it atacted many interested students last night. they say the class strikes a wrong note in a city trying to reduce their crime rate. they say it's more to protect people who just want to know how things work. >> we certainly aren't blind to the fact it's a very loaded term, and in oakland especially the recent press coverage garnered, there was a lot of mixed emotion and we were very sensitive to that. we were very happy with the number of community and civic leaders that engaged in a dialogue and wanted to come out and see what it was all about. >> the class is part of an event called workshop weekend oakland. other classes include cheese making and the basics of soldering. there's no loss of enthusiasm for the st. mary's basketball team after the program was placed on ncaa probation. they took to the court last night for the first time since the sanctions for recruiting violations were announced. the ncaa put st. mary's on four years probation. sanctions include a loss of tw
and moist air in place we are warming this morning. 51 in oakland. and 50 san rafael. 50 san francisco. redwood city as well as mountain view. there is a peek at the afternoon highs. anywhere from five to 10 degrees cooler where we were yesterday morning or yesterday afternoon. the extended forecast shows you by monday, we will be dry. partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. and it is not going to last. we have a bigger storm coming in tuesday afternoon. and even a chance for scattered showers on thursday. >> temperatures will be cool in the afternoon. >> low 60s. i have the very latest on the rain cast model, coming up. >>> taking aim at a senator's life with twitter. >> they are apologizing what they tweeted about mitch mcconif they will's wife. >> this capsule is on a mission and where the capsule is this morning. >>> we will take you outside. it is a little gray. that's the san mateo bridge as traffic moves along there. just fine. minor accidents around the bay area. and not to stop you from where you are going. we will keep a an eye on it for you. it is 7:11. this is "mornings on 2"
pues tenian conviccciones. >> un hombre y mujer murierton baleados en oakland. >> ambos declarados muertos en la escena del crimen. >> se investiga el homicidio de un jovven de 21 años en palo alto . >> según autoridades el sospechgoso murio en un auto oscuro. >> barack obama urgio al congreso a tomar medidas para mitigar los efectos de los recortes al gasto publico. >> el llamado se produce un día después de que barack obama firmara una orden ejecutiva para los recortes popr 85 billones. >> en california los afectados están los del programa early head start adema slas bases del ejercito dejarian de recibir fondos. >> y debido al secuestro fiscal la agencia ais libero a cientos de detenidos de migrantes en el pais país: aclararon que los migrantes liberados permanecen en proceso de depeortacion. >> lideres de porganizaciones pro inmigrantes pidieron que el congreso apruebe una reforma migratoria integral. >> como criminal me han encerrado ♪. >> esta canción nacio en una cela mkientras permanecia presa en. >> fue deportada pero no se io por vencida y ahora clama una
, and over here oakland california. and you're aware of the violent nature in that city. >> of course, yeah. >> what i'm concerned with is you have do gooders and they're painting out something that the nortenas have painted and want to stay up there and they don't really observe nighttime hours versus daytime hours. so, how do we protect the possibility of some violence being put upon these people that are doing the good work? >> so, you're thinking more like the retaliation from taggers of the people that are abating the tagging. >> you just have to educate them. try to make them aware of what's gang graffiti and what's tagger graffiti. either way it's going to be dangerous. there is a lot of violence in the taggers. they get into fist fights. i've arrested tagers with knives and brass knuckles. i've heard stories of guns being taken off tagers. it is a violent culture or has aspects of violent culture in it. you need to educate people on that. when you're going -- when you're painting over someone's graffiti, that could be seen as the ultimate disrespect. and you could be exposing yourse
on a bart train in oakland. today they searched san francisco and oakland. the most receipt tip was a possible sighting on the boardwalk in santa cruz. i just spoke to her uncle who returned from santa cruz and is no closer to finding out what happened to his niece. in the meantime, the police are also on the case and the family is offering a $3,000 reward for information leading to her safe return. live in hayward, monte francis, nbc bay area news. >> monte, thanks very much. >>> a man from the north bay is recovering from second and third-degree burns after a house fire. the fire broke out at 9:00 this morning near west grant street and kinley drive in heelsberg in sonoma county. firefighters arrived to find the burned victim outside the home. that person was airlifted to the burn center at u.c. davis. >>> firefighters seemed to have the upper hand on a wildfire burning in south california despite gusty santa ana winds and temperatures in the 80s. the fire in riverside county is being held to about 300 acres. right now crews are working on remaining hot spots. containment esti
right now anywhere between yontville back into petaluma just scooting on novato and napa. oakland right now couple bucks admission to get in. looks like we do have mostly cloudy skies there. air temperature now stands in oakland at 57 degrees after a high today of 72 that was two degrees shy of the record yesterday of 74. we had five records yesterday including 81 degrees in santa cruz. today ten degrees cooler there at 71. 69 san francisco. it was 74 degrees in napa back in sonoma and glen allen, low 70s in san jose. all these numbers well above normal. tonight relatively mild because of the blanket of cloud cover into the 40s and 50s. now, here we go. here owes your forecast. here are your weather headlines. tonight few rain drops maybe even a shower overnight hours leaving us with some pafrp especially north of the golden gate bridge for sunday morning. wednesday perhaps as early as your tuesday evening commute. plume of moisture right here banks up against the northwest earn section of the state of california, however, we have so much dry air mass in place that the rains evaporate.
. hmm. okay. on cue there. >> look at this. >> it's so -- so up fair. in oakland off of 880 annual event a couple of bucks for admission we'll be moving on to randy college next. but it will still be open tomorrow for all of your enjoyment. rain or shine. we have this looks really ominous doesn't it? it's kind of deceiving because it's actually verga, it's rain that's evaporating and the very dry air mass wedy have a little bit of -- we did have a little bit of a light sprinkle occurring in santa rosa. but this is live hi-def doppler radar and they are dissipated. we'll keep the sprinkles in the forecast, yeah not so fair tomorrow. currently, it's very mild numbers. 53 for one of coolest spots in san francisco and in san to rosa. otherwise it's still 59 in livermore. pleasanton and? dublin. today's highs ten degrees cooler than yesterday in santa row seay. down from 81 to 71 degrees. in oakland at 74 yesterday. today 72 and upper 60s san francisco. 74 around santa rosa tonight overnight tonight. very mild with the blanket of clouds and into the 30s and 40s for again overnight lows. we wi
, highs in me mid-60s. east bay, 62, oakland. highs up to 65 at concord. and here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. after the chance of sprinkles, dissipates tomorrow, mainly sunny skies on monday. notice how much cooler next week will be than last week. rain gives way to showers on wednesday, and one or two wet days the week, we have another great weather resource for you. follow weather changes and conditions at live doppler 7hd on twitter, for the latest on bay area weather conditions. any kind of alert or advisory that may be coming your way from your favorite weather team. we hope we are. wewe will be once you check us out. >> mike: you're my favorite. >> ama: yes. the warriors are really want to come home at this point. >> mike: yes. they're end ending a five-game road trip and has not been pretty. they won the first, haven't won since. steph curry didn't shoot well following a 54-point effort on wednesday. what better tonight, 8-10 from the first half, 3-6 from beyond the arc. rice strong off the bench for the sixers. the warriors by three at the half. clay to son on, fire. h
across the bay wrar, starting in hayward, traveling to bay city and oakland. an anonymous tip came from a woman who said she saw her ri t riding on a train. in the meantime the police are also on the case and the family is offering a $3,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts. live, monte francis. >> coming up at 5:00, we're going give you a closer look at the wave of cuts brought by the sequester from head start to blue angels. >>> dozens made a free chip to the operating room. we'll explain. >> we've continue up with not just a drug but a whole new class of drugs. >> we're going to show you an exciting new breakthrough with help of alligator blood. >>> the weekday starting off on a mild note. 60s and 70s. you probably notice the clouds outside. this includes, yes, finally a chance at seeing some rain both in the weekend forecast and plenty more in your seven-day forecast. we'll let you know the timing of these rain chances coming up when we come right back. >>> federal employees are getting ready for some serious belt tightening. congress and the white house were unable
. temperatures out there kind of muggy and mild. upper 50s after 11:00. 54 in oakland. dew point temperatures upper 40s and lower 50s. the air is getting closer to saturation, the rain falling higher up is mostening things. reaches the ground at times tonight. onshore winds into tomorrow will help cool down temperatures a bit. right now, around the marin headlands, you can see a few light showers showing up. as some of this movie rides up, that will provide extra lip to the moisture. again during the day tomorrow. you can see how really not seeing a whole lot in san jose, but plenty of clouds right now. the moisture is feeding in from the south as this upper level system tracks by. during the day tomorrow probably more sunshine, but it's the sunshine coupled with the moisture below and cooler air aloft that will set us up for convective showers. overnight a few sprinkles or light rain showers, and watch what happens as we head toward the afternoon. notice the showers popping up around the diablo range. that is what we refer to as solar powered showers. the sun destabilizes the atmosphere, but
they had oakland and also marin county. so we're definitely seeing it spread. one of the things you mentioned before is how are we seeing this organically become bigger? we've had more people out on the sidewalks. well, a good statistics i heard is there were 200 buses for the 2012 walk for life. and this year, there were 200 buses from out of time for the 2013 walk for life. but there was a 5000 to 15,000- people increase. i think we are joyfully, we're receiving those people that we have a young african american woman who said she was fed up, she's not a religious person, said i'm just fed up with all the planned parenthood signs. they are going against my people and, you know, you hear more about planned pregnancy than you hear about welcoming your child into the world. so she had heard -- she saw they were specifically targeting the walk for life. so she came out and nearly fell over at our 40 days booth. i said i was in san francisco, and ron said so do i. she thought she was the only pro life person buying bough the propaganda, that they were
and was driving at a high rate of speed through this neighborhood. jeff bush, kron 4. >> oakland police investigating a double homicide. a man and a woman were found dead after reports of an early morning shooting near the area of 107th avenue and apricot street. the motive and circumstances around the shooting remain under investigation and the identities of the victims have not been released >> in another shooting. this time in san francisco. a suspect involved in a police chase was shot and killed by officers today near candlestick park. it was just past midnight when daly city police followed a stolen vehicle into san francisco. that's when sfpd stepped in. deval on or officers happened to see this vehicle. >> of our officers happened to see this vehicle they jumped out of the car and they immediately the. driver who was carried the gun continue to run from the officer. the officer caught up with them. the suspect turned a round, had the gun and for the safety of not only for the officer but for the surrounding officers fired a weapon. >> the driver of the vehicle died, the passenge
to oakland, because san francisco is not church-friendly, especially when we have to get out of our praise and go out and pay parking meters. shame on you, mayor. >> thank you, mother jones for being here. >> good afternoon, supervisor. it's been a while. my name is mark solomon and i was co-chair of the transportation on the task force from 2005 to 2008 and i want to thank jim niko for the hard work and thank paul lord from the planning department and charles from the sfmta for essentially giving me a bachelor's degree in transportation planning and land use planning. what paul gave me was a detector to figure out when planning is coming at me and when they are lieing? when i think we have done is pushed the boundaries, where we have done the best deal that the planning would introduce to the commission of the plan had conditions. they wouldn't let it be a completely citizen-driven process. supervisor wiener talking about funding for various impact fees we tried to push the limits by create a new way to get more benefits from the developers, and then having developers complete with ex
more were arrested near kern and roosevelt streets. the women are from sacramento. salinas. oakland. east palo alto. marin. and san francisco. and are all between the ages of 21 and 33 years old. police are asking for the public's help. in tracking down a friend of the gunman -- jeremy goulet who was behind the santa cruz shooting that killed two officers. investigators say, they received information that terisa johnson may have been with goulet earlier this year. police say, she is not involved in the killing of the two officers this week. in any way. they just want to speak with her to get any additional information on goulet's background. meanwhile -- the memorial service for the two fallen officers - detective elizabeth butler and sergent loran "butch" baker-- will be held. thursday, march seventh starting at eleven a-m. it will be held in san jose at the h-p pavilion. and a motorcade procession will happen prior to the memorial service. officers with the santa cruz police department are back on duty. following the killing this week of two of their own. >> vicki: the internation
, is that oakland, that accent? [laughter] >> i guess from my perspective, it never hurts to ask. we have a huge variety of sponsors. for example rona who is like a lowe's or home depot who is supplying or providing paint. they are a sponsor of my program. so, they provide me a 45% discount on paint as well as they give me a 25% discount coupon that we give to everybody. they supply the materials for my wipe outs, they supply the paint for my wipe out. cis -- not cis, seco paint has been providing paint the last number of years for wipe out. i know it's discouraging, but i think what i've found in terms of getting corporate sponsorship is starting at your local store and working it that way, trying to get them on board. and once you get them on board on small little events, then piece them off to get the bigger ones. so, for example, glad bag sponsors our 15 to clean program. they provide all the bags and all the gloves for our whole spring campaign. and it's possible. so does safeway. safeway sponsors one of our litter programs where they -- we pay nonprofit groups to go in the community, pick
of years. but that's the important project that relocates the building from oakland to san francisco. but i just wanted to say that it's been a pleasure to serve on these regional bodies and i look forward to supporting my colleagues that have just joined other regional bodies. also, i have a resolution that i'm introducing today that will help increase pedestrian safety along 19th avenue and i'm proud that supervisor norman yee who championed pedestrian safety is joining me in introducing this
community, but the entire san francisco. i think i even seen her in oakland in a couple of events. [laughter] >> her reach is far and wide it and is' a privilege to be able to stand here to represent but also to stand as her friend. * it's i'd like to give her a couple moments to share with us a few of her thoughts. (applause) >> thank you so much, supervisors. talk about standing on the shoulders of giants and those who have gone before you. i feel so overwhelmed and so deeply moved by this great compliment being paid me. i feel so unworthy and undeserving of such a high honor and i really wanted to be able to accept this on behalf of my community, the bayview. so, that will make me feel okay if that's okay with everybody. i'm so proud to live in the bayview. this is a neighborhood of hidden gems. we invite you all to come along, come out and experience our great secret. along those lines i want to tell you guys about bayview urban [speaker not understood] which is getting a lot of traction. so, [speaker not understood], and again, thank you so much for this honor. (applause) (applause) >
>> was, wasn't he? first incarnation. unquestionably the most difficult, yes. is -- oakland for sexual harassment >> i was surprised jerry pulled he had no choice. and then what happened is he ended up in europe but he is on his seventh wife. you might not know who are very good friend mamie gruenwald is that she is maybe one of the best political people in washington. her father was the publisher of "time" magazine in its heyday and ambassador to austria. henry married louise gruenwald and is one of the last -- so just when you think you know everybody in new york, you don't she is it. mandy ran all the media for his elizabeth warren and tammy baldwin. the first-time presidential -- so you need to understand she is amazing. >> incredible, fabulous. it's a nice small room. hey, undersecretary. well done. congratulations. are you enjoying at? >> it's fun, yeah. it's hard. >> is the work hard? >> no. i mean technically it's okay but everyone is super smart so i'd have to do my problems and then work on the board. >> i get it. i get it. >> at the same time i'm trying to represe
mild, into the 50's. 58 in san jose. 54 in oakland. today, 72 degrees, 10 degrees cooler today in santa cruz. yesterday, a record 81. today 71. 74 in santa rosa. all these numbers still well above normal for this time of the year. but that's changing. tonight, mild, with the blanket of clouds. numbers into the 40's and 50's. here's what you need to know. tonight, cloud cover. we will have a sprinkle or light shower, mainly north of the golden gate bridge. we could wake up to wet pavement on sunday. then as the day wears on, it will turn partly sunday. wednesday, a plume of cloud cover lifting up in a southwesterly direction. and it falls apart at the seams because of the very dry air mass. cooler temperatures to the north. so that unseasonably warm trend is out of here. here's your tuesday afternoon. we could see some wet pavement towards fairfield and discovery bay. otherwise, your monday morning commute will be dry. but look what happens by tuesday, evening commute. a stronger, more potent area of low pressure, even droppin
. >> host: the one in oakland was undermined in you could have the same staying with technology. those who try to use some for.not just actors but i was appalled when i was a kid by voting in the cincinnati reds were elected because they stuffed the ballot box. >> guest: this is the example of medical marijuana more broadly with king of the whole scenario and the people took over. now there are a lot of sites your name has to be real, a real framework common new forums beginning to allow more rational conversation that is often hijacked by the loudest voices. >> host: more questions. a face book can be connected in a dorm room across the road when that get the science departments to build the future for the state and give extra credit. [laughter] [applause] to when you have this experience. you look at government we have the rsi and barshefsky you response for information, response for question, response for proposal, procurement cycle, public hearings hearings, lowest most responsive bid, then it turns out and then mr. is over because new people come in in there with their fingerprints on
is she, by the way? >> oh, gosh. well, he got kickedded out of oakland for sexual harassment, part-timely. >> i was -- finally. i was surprised jerry pulled the trigger. >> he had to. >> no choice. >> he had to. the reports, you know. >> yeah. >> and then what happened is he ended up in europe, and i heard he's very ill. >> oh, that's too bad. >> but he's on his, like, seventh wife. oh, okay. so you might not know who our very good friend mandy grunwald is. she's maybe one of the best political minds in washington. >> yeah. >> her father was henry grunwald who was the publisher at time magazine in its hayday and ambassador to -- heyday -- i'm going to give him a quick briefing, and ambassador to austria. one of the last -- [inaudible] of new york. so just when you think you know everybody in new york, you don't unless you know mandy grunwald, okay? >> i love it. >> she is it. mandy ran all the media for elizabeth warren, tammy baldwin -- >> oh, wow. >> all the -- [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] >> okay? so you just need to understand she's got an amazing -- >> yeah. oh, incre
panthers roaming around oakland with their guns openly displayed. the law to disarm the panthers was supported not just by democrats, the conservatives in california as well and in fact the governor at the time strongly supported why someone should carry guns on the streets in america today. that governor would go on to become president of the united states, ronald reagan. reagan was a big endorser at the gun-control a that many people at the time thought was not designed to control guns, but urban blacks writing in 1967 especially in urban areas they were to restrict access to black radicals in urban areas and ended up sparking a backlash among white rural conservatives who are convinced the government were coming to get their guns next. >> i want to take you forward from there to the debates over gun control and gun rights we've seen in the last five or 10 years. they have become so dominant. there's zero chance of passing in any state legislature or in congress anything that would >> of gun control today. what has changed politically over the past decade or two to put us in th
in droves. we'll try to find out what's behind the surge. >>> also, the state of the city in oakland. we heard from the mayor last year. we have a council member here. we're going to speak with live in studio about the state of safety in that city. but first, we are starting with another officer-involved shooting. we're trying to get more details right now. it was in the east bay in hayward. we have streets closed down at d and foothill. we understand that police officers shot at a suspect. again, we're trying to confirm more information on that and that is after four other officer-involved shooting. >> a suspect allegedly rammed several police cars and led officers on a chase. that marks
. >>> the oakland tribune has the story new law has schools scram j for supplies. it's about a new california law banning school fees for classroom items and activities and requiring students to bring their own materials needed for school. the law was created after the state was sued over the fees. california's constitution guarantees the right to a free public education. >>> income inequality in america has received renewed attention with president obama's push for a higher minimum wage. that proposal has been roundly opposed by republicans who say it will kill jobs. but my next guest argues in a new op-ed the gop should lead the charge against inequality with major tax reforms and investing in our infrastructure. joining me now is sheila bair, former share woman of the fdic and offer of "bull by the horns." sheila, a welcome i tell you i love the title of your op-ed. you add one vowel and it changes everything. i love that. with party to parody. you're argument really focuses on how government actions are to blame for income inequality. >> a lot of it is -- in ameritocracy there will always be
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